Excerpts from their comment:
The Mets signed him in January 2011 when he was 20—an age that makes him practically ancient in the world of international scouting—but he’s skyrocketed from the Dominican Summer League to Triple-A in just two seasons thanks to his impressive command of a solid arsenal. Little has fazed Montero on that journey, including the hitter-friendly conditions of Las Vegas. ... otherwise he overmatched hitters during his two home starts in Las Vegas.
Montero sits in the low 90s and can get up to the mid-90s when he needs it, but it’s the late life and the command of his fastball that makes him so effective. He lacks a wipeout offering among his secondary pitches, so scouts aren’t projecting Montero as a frontline starter, but the stuff and command are there to profile as a steady mid-rotation arm.
C Travis d'Arnaud also shows up in "In the Team Photo."And from the chat, a little bit about Wilmer (TRAID/NO TRAID) Flores....
Sam (New York): Thoughts on Wilmer Flores debut? Do the Mets find a place for him next season?
Ben Badler: I like him and I'd like to see him get a chance to play everyday in the big leagues next year, I just don't know where you can put him if you're the Mets. Best-case scenario, he performs well the rest of the season and becomes a very attractive, major league-ready trade chip.